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SaberCats Reduce Season Ticket Prices for 2014

September 3, 2013 - Arena Football League (AFL) - San Jose SaberCats News Release

SAN JOSE, Calif. - The SaberCats announced today that they have reduced their season ticket pricing structure for the 2014 season. Season tickets can be purchased for as low as $10 per ticket, per game. Seating throughout the SAP Center has been reduced in price anywhere from 10-22 percent per ticket, with the largest discount on Sideline Club tickets, which dropped 22 percent from 2013. With a deposit on Sideline Club tickets, fans will receive a complimentary Russell Athletic SaberCats polo.

"As we look ahead to 2014, we wanted to make sure we continued to make SaberCats football more accessible for our fans by lowering our prices," said SaberCats Managing Partner Dave Fry. "As we look at the rising ticket prices for other Bay Area teams, we are continuing to make sure to provide a family-friendly experience at an affordable price."

Aside from the discounted pricing, SaberCats Season Ticket Holders will enjoy a plethora of benefits during the 2014 season. Benefits include; tickets to all nine SaberCats home games during the 2014 season, complimentary additional tickets to opening night, complimentary tickets in your same seats for the first home playoff game, an invitation to special SaberCats events with players, coaches and SaberKittens and in-arena merchandise discounts. In addition, a flexible ticket exchange program that was a huge success in 2013 returns this season, so that tickets never go unused. Season Ticket Holders have the ability to purchase additional tickets at a reduced price for any game by going through their SaberCats representative. Season ticket packages can be purchased by calling the SaberCats front office at 408-673-3400 or visit the website at www.thesanjosesabercats.com for more information.

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